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:?: can anybody tell me the weight of a ml. in grams or the volume of a gram in milliliters please?very frusterated and need solution asap

- dljohnson
**Posts:**1**Joined:**Thu Apr 08, 2004 12:39 pm

Well, we can't tell you the weight of a millilitre in grams until you tell us what it is you're weighing! A millilitre of water has a mass of 1 gram, whereas a millilitre of lead has a mass of 11.4 grams.

PS: Grams are a measure of mass. Newtons are a measure of force (of gravity). Therefore, both could be considered a measure of "weight". Please only use the term "weight" colloquially.

PS: Grams are a measure of mass. Newtons are a measure of force (of gravity). Therefore, both could be considered a measure of "weight". Please only use the term "weight" colloquially.

- shill
- Expert
**Posts:**91**Joined:**Fri Feb 06, 2004 8:22 am

shill wrote:Well, we can't tell you the weight of a millilitre in grams until you tell us what it is you're weighing! A millilitre of water has a mass of 1 gram, whereas a millilitre of lead has a mass of 11.4 grams.

PS: Grams are a measure of mass. Newtons are a measure of force (of gravity). Therefore, both could be considered a measure of "weight". Please only use the term "weight" colloquially.

I too have a ? about this; if I have a nutritional powder ie protein powder, and the measuring implement I have gives the capacity of 15ml, and I used it to measure the powder (level spoonful) how many grams of the powder would that be?

- Vitality

can u tell me what the weight of 1.0ml acetic anhydride is? and 2.1ml?

- Guest

Anonymous wrote:can u tell me what the weight of 1.0ml acetic anhydride is? and 2.1ml?

The relative density of acetic anhydride is 1.082. Therefore, 1.0 ml has a mass of 1.082 g, and 2.1 ml has a mass of 2.2722 g.

- shill
- Expert
**Posts:**91**Joined:**Fri Feb 06, 2004 8:22 am

how many grams are there in 50 mL of NaOH, and how many grams are there in 25 mL of HCl, ty.

- i-hate-chem

So Sad, but I just figured it out.

Milliliters are a measure of volume/mass, you see all you people like me? Therefore, it's a certain amount in mass/volume of something. So, you take the same ML of lead and the same ML of water, and they're going to be much different things.

This still begs the question, how do you find the grams of something with the milliliters given, and vice versa? I warrant it has something to do with multiplying by density...

answer please?

Milliliters are a measure of volume/mass, you see all you people like me? Therefore, it's a certain amount in mass/volume of something. So, you take the same ML of lead and the same ML of water, and they're going to be much different things.

This still begs the question, how do you find the grams of something with the milliliters given, and vice versa? I warrant it has something to do with multiplying by density...

answer please?

- Honors Chemistry kid

LMAO what a crazy little problem, but so many are effected. Thanks everyone for making me feel better. I take comfort in knowing that I am not alone :lol: :wink: :DAnonymous wrote:dljohnson wrote::?: can anybody tell me the weight of a ml. in grams or the volume of a gram in milliliters please?very frusterated and need solution asap

- 8EIGHTFOUR4

8EIGHTFOUR4 wrote:LMAO what a crazy little problem, but so many are effected. Thanks everyone for making me feel better. I take comfort in knowing that I am not alone :lol: :wink: :DAnonymous wrote:dljohnson wrote::?: can anybody tell me the weight of a ml. in grams or the volume of a gram in milliliters please?very frusterated and need solution asap

Just found this - I've been trying to compare the price of dried mealworms on ebay and can't as some are 100 ml's and some 100gm's - impossible so i've no idea if i'm getting my money's worth!

- Janey

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